Generic Simulation Models to Evaluate Integrated Simulation Environment
This paper presents a method to evaluate ISE, Integrated Simulation Environment, on which engineering models can be interoperate with each other. A set of generic simulation models is suggested to evaluate ISE. Some models of ground-to-air engagement are defined and developed as follows: aircraft, detect radar, launcher, and surface-to-air missile (SAM). Each model represents to be an engineering level model of the specific weapon system, which are used to analyze the MOP (measure of performance) of each system during the system development phase. Their functional properties, such as program structure and input/output for interoperation, are similar to those of real system’s simulation. Using these models, three types of engagement simulation can be tried: collecting based on source codes, linking them on a HLA/RTI federation as federates, and applying to ISE. Comparing the performances of these three simulation types, we will evaluate ISE in qualitative and quantitative manner. And, hopefully these models can be a reference for evaluating the next ISEs. This paper contains the beginning of this whole study. The detailed descriptions of each model and the results of the first one, source code collection, are presented.
KeywordsEngineering Model Aircraft Model Engagement Simulation Generic Simulation Model Batch Simulation
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